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Brussels European Council, 21-22/03/1983

The European Council of Brussels met under the Presidency of Helmut Kohl, German Federal Chancellor, and with the participation of Heads of State and Government of the Member States of the EC. The European Council examined several points: the pursuit of the establishment of the common EC strategy to restore economic stability; the preparation of the next economic summit in Williamsburg as of May 1983; negotiations with Spain and Portugal in view of their accession to the EC. Moreover, the Council noted the report on the work progress of the CEC communication concerning the financing of the future EC, and discussed the situation in the Middle-East, particularly regarding the lack of peace among Israel and its’ Arab neighbours. Lastly, the conflict between Iran and Iraq was also a subject of discussion.
Brussels European Council, 21-22/03/1983 Group photo, from left to right: 1st row: Poul Schlüter, Danish Prime ...
Ref: P-001989 /01-7
Date: 22/03/1983
Brussels European Council, 21-22/03/1983 General view of the meeting: From left to right, in a clockwise ...
Ref: P-001989 /02-8
Date: 21/03/1983
Brussels European Council, 21-22/03/1983 General view of the meeting: From left to right, in a clockwise ...
Ref: P-001989 /02-9
Date: 21/03/1983
Brussels European Council, 21-22/03/1983 General view of the meeting: From left to right, in a clockwise ...
Ref: P-001989 /03-22
Date: 21/03/1983
Brussels European Council, 21-22/03/1983 Arrival of Colette Flesch, Luxembourgish Minister for Foreign Affairs, ...
Ref: P-001989 /04-5
Date: 22/03/1983
Brussels European Council, 21-22/03/1983 Group photo, from left to right: 1st row: Helmut Kohl, German Federal ...
Ref: P-001989 /01-10
Date: 21/03/1983
Brussels European Council, 21-22/03/1983 Group photo, from left to right: 1st row: Poul Schlüter, Danish Prime ...
Ref: P-001989 /01-1A
Date: 21/03/1983
Brussels European Council, 21-22/03/1983 François Mitterrand, President of the French Republic, going upstairs
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Date: 21/03/1983
Brussels European Council, 21-22/03/1983 View of the meeting: Garret FitzGerald, Irish Prime Minister, Claude ...
Ref: P-001989 /03-15
Date: 21/03/1983
Brussels European Council, 21-22/03/1983 Hans-Dietrich Genscher, German Federal Minister for Foreign Affairs, ...
Ref: P-001989 /03-18
Date: 21/03/1983
Brussels European Council, 21-22/03/1983 Arrival of Peter Barry, Irish Minister for Foreign Affairs, and of ...
Ref: P-001989 /04-12
Date: 22/03/1983
Brussels European Council, 21-22/03/1983 The flags of the Member States blowing in front of the Charlemagne
Ref: P-001989 /04-2
Date: 22/03/1983
Brussels European Council, 21-22/03/1983 Arrival of Pierre Werner, Luxembourgish Prime Minister, on the left, ...
Ref: P-001989 /04-6
Date: 22/03/1983
Brussels European Council, 21-22/03/1983 Arrival of Ruud Lubbers, Dutch Prime Minister, and Hans van den Broek, ...
Ref: P-001989 /04-7
Date: 22/03/1983
Brussels European Council, 21-22/03/1983 Arrival of Helmut Kohl, German Federal Chancellor and President in ...
Ref: P-001989 /04-8A
Date: 22/03/1983
Brussels European Council, 21-22/03/1983 Arrival of François Mitterrand, President of the French Republic, in ...
Ref: P-001989 /05-19
Date: 22/03/1983
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